Josh Abrahams is a 53-years-old Australian musician from the Australia. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Josh Abrahams was born on 1968 in Australia. let’s check out the Josh’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Since around 2015, Abrahams has been working with Johnny “Galvatron” as part of the video game studio Beethoven & Dinosaur to compose music for The Artful Escape.
In 2011, s:amplify were featured on the front cover of the April issue of Music Tech magazine and released two sound design packs through Loopmasters which have received several positive reviews. S:amplify also provided the sound design for the Japanese synthesizer KDJ One and were appointed musical directors for the City of Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks show. The 2011/2012 12-minute NYE Fireworks show on Sydney Harbour showcased 24 Australian songs including original composition from Abrahams and Carbone.
In 2009, Abrahams reunited with his friend Davide Carbone and together they formed the music production house s:amplify. Under this new moniker, Abrahams and Carbone teamed with Carl Cox to co-write and co-produce Cox’s album All Roads Lead to the Dancefloor, released in 2012. This trio also provided remixes for Moby, Miguel Bosé and Gilles Peterson, among others. As part of s:amplify, Abrahams and Carbone provided complete sonic branding packages for Melbourne TV network Channel 31, and the Melbourne public transport company Metro Trains Melbourne, as well as composing music for Tourism Australia, Alienware, and the International Cricket Council. S:amplify have also produced several tracks for various artists including the recent cover version of “Wuthering Heights” by Robyn Loau.
In 2008, Abrahams teamed up with Kaz James, co-writing and producing seven songs for his debut solo album If They Knew.
Abrahams was the music director and pianist in The Soubrettes’ Cabaret Tingel Tangel at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2004. He spent July and August 2006 running the nightclub in the first Spiegeltent (a travelling European music and theatre venue) to tour in the USA, then returned to this venue as music director for the theatrobatic show Desir, premiering in the New York Spiegeltent in August 2008.
In 2003, Abrahams wrote and produced the original music score for the movie One Last Ride, produced by Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee. He began composing music for television commercials, such as the ‘Go for It Girl’ campaign for Portmans clothing, a song entitled “Melt with You” for Baileys Irish Cream and the LG technology campaign. In 2005, TV jingles were Abrahams’ main focus, along with writing more of his own original music. In 2007, he composed, arranged and recorded large-scale orchestral jingles for a series of three TV commercials for Ask Dot Com. In 2009, he arranged and recorded a version of “My Favourite Things” for a series of Dove TV commercials, and in 2010 he composed and recorded the theme song for the global Tourism Australia advertising campaign.
In 2002, Abrahams composed and produced original music for a feature film by Paul Currie called One Perfect Day, set in the Melbourne dance music scene
In 2002, Abrahams changed his stage name and began releasing music under Puretone, to avoid confusion with similarly named US record producer, Josh Abraham. Puretone, released “Addicted to Bass” internationally, which peaked at No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart. Puretone released “Stuck in a Groove”, once again featuring Daemion on vocals, which peaked at No. 26. in the UK. Both tracks were taken from Puretone’s studio album, Stuck in a Groove.
In 2001, Abrahams produced songs for Daemion, including the platinum selling single “Lovesong” and the gold selling album Audio Out. In 2001, Abrahams collaborated with Baz Luhrmann and co-produced the Moulin Rouge film soundtrack.
In 2000, Abrahams released “Rollin'”, which peaked at number 58 in Australia.
Abrahams is a composer, producer, bass guitarist and electronica artist and has worked as a writer, music director and producer on albums and film soundtracks, and in television and theatre. His single, “Addicted to Bass”, with singer Amiel Daemion, peaked at No. 15 in February 1999.
In 1998, Abrahams released his second studio album, Sweet Distorted Holiday which included the song, “Addicted to Bass”, with Amiel Daemion which was released in October 1998 and peaked at No. 15 on the ARIA singles chart. The third single, “Headroom”, another collaboration with Daemion, peaked outside the ARIA Top 100. Abrahams also had top 50 chart success in New Zealand. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999, Abrahams set the record for the number of ARIA nominations for an independent artist with six nominations, winning two.
After briefly creating a pop band called The Edison Project and releasing the single “Don’t Be Afraid”, Abrahams returned to solo work and signed to Festival Records in Australia in 1997. Film director Baz Luhrmann became interested in Abrahams’ work, and asked him to co-produce some tracks for Luhrmann’s album Something for Everybody, one of which became the 1998 UK No. 1 single, “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen)”.
In 1996, Abrahams wsa signed to Carl Cox’s label Ultimatum and released his debut album The Satyricon to critical acclaim. The album did not chart into the ARIA Top 50, although a track from the album, titled “The Joker”, appeared on the soundtrack for the film Hackers.
In 1990, Abrahams formed the techno group, Future Sound of Melbourne (FSOM) with drum and bass producer Davide Carbone and acid house DJ Steve Robbins. They released a number of singles and EPs on the Shock Records imprint, Candyline Records in Australian and released tracks on Belgium’s underground dance-music label, Two Thumbs Records. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1996, Future Sound of Melbourne won the ARIA Award for Best Dance Release for their album, Chapter One. During this period, Abrahams also released several dance singles under various artist names including The Pagan and Bassliners. In 1995, Abrahams left Future Sound of Melbourne to become a solo artist,
Josh Abrahams (born 1968 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian musician who emerged from the underground dance music scene in the early 1990s. He has performed and recorded under the stage name Puretone, and is also known as The Pagan and Bassliners.
Abrahams was born in 1968 in Melbourne and started as a bass guitarist and singer in covers band Havana Moon in 1990.
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|Real Name||Josh Abrahams|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||53 Years|
|Date Of Birth||1968|
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Josh Abrahams Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
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Josh Abrahams Net Worth
The Josh Abrahams Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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